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CubingUSA Nationals 2018 - Salt Lake City, Utah (July 27-29)

CarterK

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IIRC, Nats filled up in the first week.

I'm registering first thing when it comes out, If I need to cancel I'll cancel. I'm going to reserve a hotel room soon.
It definitely didn't fill up until at least April. The first day, 400 people signed up but it was slow from there. You're probably thinking of worlds. Either way you should still register asap.
 

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That would be great! Are there any states that haven't had a comp yet?
Yes plenty. South Dakota, Hawaii, and Alaska are some that haven't had comps yet. ND just had it's first comp in November. Some states just wouldn't compete and some would have more than one team. Just register with a team and you represent that state.
 

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Yes plenty. South Dakota, Hawaii, and Alaska are some that haven't had comps yet. ND just had it's first comp in November. Some states just wouldn't compete and some would have more than one team. Just register with a team and you represent that state.
You could also have a seeding round where every team did a Bo1 to determine top 16 and do tournament style from there.
 

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I don't see why this wouldn't be a problem. The worlds one worked well, so why not just do the same thing? Maybe do top 32 or something teams based on adding up official averages, and then seed based on that.
Top 32 would make sense, but I would say each state can only get one unless there is not enough states, and then ranking can find the last ones
 
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